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chris stevens. a son of northern california and the bay area, ambassador stevens tragically lost his life in the greatest service to his country. selflessly and courageously representing american values in a foreign nation he knew intimately and cared for deeply. in his diplomatic capacity, ambassador stevens brought a profound and prolific knowledge of arab world and middle east to his assignment. his exemplary gift for making personal connections was invaluable as his role as specific representative and ambassador to one of the most complex and challenging regions of the world. therefore as we join in recognizing ambassador stevens am myself midst a sober outpouring of praise from his family, colleagues, fellow americans and the leaders of this nation, we remember also that chris stevens was beloved by many libyans as well. therefore on behalf of the residents of northern california and our entire state, we join president barack obama, secretary of state hillary rodham clinton, democratic leader nancy pelosi and expensive network of people in saluting ambassador chris stevens who w
>>> welcome to "this week in northern california." i'm valerie coleman morris. joining me on our news panel tonight, paul rogers, environmental writer with the san jose mercury news. michael montgomery for kqed news and center for investigative reporting and josh richman, political reporter with the bay area news group. josh, good news. i mean, so often we have to have bad news when it's talking about money and the state budget. so governor brown has said it is a good news budget. what makes it different from the others that weren't? >> well, what makes it different is we have no deficit due to years of budget cuts and due to the new tax revenues we're realizing from voters' approval of proposition 30 in november and essentially as he said, this is a breakthrough. it's not without risks. he was careful to caution. it's only january. this is only the start of the budget process. we all mull it over see how the numbers develop. he puts out his may revision then the legislature starts fight over it and hopefully we have a document enacted by the end of june. we're only at the very b
,600. awaking a sleeping giant. >> you know, northern california could not come to southern california's aid. vice versa. >> ahead at 11:00. something the experts thought could not happen until now. the new theory over a super quake that could stretch across our state. also, does it add up? 49ers in the stadium and brings with it super bowl dreams. and new demand. the price may not be right. >> grab the tissue, flu season packing a nasty punch this year. so far, california has been spared. but that could be changing very quickly. we'll explain. >>> good evening, i'm jeff ranieri in nbc bay area weather center. temperatures dropping to the 30s. who could go below 25 degrees. our chance here for maybe a little bit of weekend snow in a few minutes. >> fiery deadly scene caused a backup. tonight investigators are frying to determine what happened. authorities say this morning, a big rig burst into flames after colliding with a pickup truck and plunging from an on ramp connecting highway 29 to westbound 37. two good samaritans and offduty pair medic pulled the driver from the flames. ultimately h
into the state bringing some showers into far northern california. that is going to usher in some much colder temperatures outside even a chance of rain by the afternoon. as we look outside right now, we have mostly cloudy skies a little bit hazy. the temperatures a little cool in spots. 39 degrees in concord with some fog. 37 in livermore. 48 degrees in san francisco. and 44 in san jose. this afternoon, well, we're going to try and watch these temperatures cool off again. yesterday we had some 50s and 60s. by the afternoon, these temperatures really going to start to dive. this is the beginning. much cooler air. we are going to see these numbers down a good 3 to 8 degrees by this afternoon and then tomorrow, there is a chance we could see some snow down to about 1500 feet in some of the north bay valleys and temperatures struggling to get out of the 40s. that's a look at weather. let's check on traffic with elizabeth. >> we are going out to south san jose where we have been following an overturn accident. we are not sure about the extent of the injuries
to improve morale among them. he's replacing chris moore who is retiring this week. >>> a northern california police officer has been killed in the line of duty late this morning in golf, halfway between sacramento and stockton. the officer and his partner were confronting a burglary suspect when the man pulled a gun on them. he was shot and killed. the partner was not hurt. the suspect later turned the gun on himself. he has not been identified. >>> a part time student shot a longtime administrator at a college in missouri before then killing himself. police found a chaotic scene. at least 40 and staff were inside the building at the time. >> the suspect and the victim were familiar with each other, knew each other. this appeared to be targeted toward the two. >> police don't have a motive yet for that shooting. >>> president obama will announce steps to curb gun violence tomorrow. the president went over some recommendations with joe biden today. mr. obama will announce his proposals surrounded by children who wrote him in the wake of the sandy hook shooting. the white house is prepare forw
down over the weekend along blue canyon in northern california. the scene was picture-perfect. at least for those who didn't have to get behind the wheel. >>> now for a look at morning road conditions. rain drenches highways from seattle to the northern california bodier. snow covered passes in the cascades and northern rockies. >>> looks like an ideal day to fly. no weather related delays are expect d. i don't think i have ever said that. >> very rare. particular already this time of the year. >>> back to the new this is morning. something sure to impact most of us. growing concerns over major flu outbreak. >> hospitals across the country are taking extra precautions to prevent the spread of the flu. visitors are being restricted from entering certain areas. a doctor says they've given up testing for the flu. the a patient has the symptom, they'll get treatment. we asked abc's dr. jennifer ashton how to say void getting sick. >> recently, the fda approved the drug tamiflu for infants as young as 2 weeks of age. first and most important thing, get a flu vaccine. it's not too late. there
a happy ending to the case of a northern california walmart employee who found a children's notebook filled with rules to live by. someone left the notebook in a parking lot in citrus heights with entries like "don't color on people" and "don't bite the dentist." the owners were found and reunited. eight and ten-year-old cousins inspired each other to write down the rules. >> i said why don't we put the rules in here and whoever breaks it sits here for five minutes so we came up with all these good rules. >> they are good rules. the family received dozens of e-mails including one that talks of a possible book deal. >> isn't that good? >> that is good. >> mike has the >> coming up at 4, 49ers fever with the final practice and departure before the big game if atlanta. at 5:00, the outpouring of support for an apartment maintenance worker arrested for killing a burglar in the south bay. the community wants him set free. >> now, the perfect pet on friday. >> talking about you, yeah. >> hello. happy friday! >> nice to see you. tell us about this beautiful brown beagle mix. >> she is six.
breweries out there this year and beer lands, four of those breweries, they're all northern california with the exception of one. but four were from san francisco proper. and then the wineries, we have 33 wineries out there and they're all from northern california. we're very supportive of the local businesses throughout san francisco, throughout the bay area, and we pay particular attention to the neighborhoods that surround the park because we do understand that those neighborhoods are being impacted most by this event. you know, gordos burritos, [speaker not understood], and they have an extraordinary big weekend in the brick and mortar store as well as on the festival grounds. we have some vendors here today who will speak to that as well as [speaker not understood] feingold who oversees the local restaurants and the restaurant just down the street. >> i appreciate that and that commitment. one of the things i do want to be clear about, the area that i'm really concerned about is the area right on irving street closest to the impacting area where the 25th avenue entrance is. i don'
] >> it is a pleasure to be here and bid for super bowl 50. the last time there was a super bowl in northern california i wasn't quite 4 years old. you have super bowl in palo alto at stanford stadium that the 49ers happen to plan and happen to win. it would be nice to recreate that type of feeling where you bring the entire bay area together. not just for a game but potentially a super bowl parade on market street afterwards, that be nice? we have worked hard for a very long time to build a state-of-the-art stadium. that is not something easy to do. when you look at what this stadium will represent, will it represent the bay area, all of northern california from the sft ware driven stadium that the smart stadium we will where you will have ticket lists, cash lists, great food options that are local organic options. you will have great infrastructure, you will have all the things that make a super bowl an unbelievable experience. i'm happy to see a football team bring a region together for the largest day in sports. more people for one single event will be watching this than just about anything in the
of commerce of northern care of -- kawai and chamber of commerce of northern california, northern california chinese athletic association, national association of american professionals, national federation of independent business, national federation of filipino americans, the filipino chamber of commerce, around of applause for all of our community partners, please. that was a lot. [applause] >> i am so glad he had to do that. our next speaker is u.s. congressmen. he is representing the 15th congressional district of california in the u.s. house of representatives. in congress, he is a member of the powerful house appropriations and budget committee. share of the democratic caucuses, new media working group, house democratic senior went, and the original author of the equity and excellence commission now housed in the u.s. department of education. his district includes silicon valley, the birthplace of technology. mike has dedicated his life to public service and is lauded for his work on education, civil- rights national service, immigration, transportation, the environment, and high-tech
are lucky to be here. >> an 8-time emmy winner, belva hosted "this week in northern california" for almost 20 years. she shares the details in her life and career in" never in my wildest dreams" now out in paperbook. welcome back, belva. >> who is that ancient woman! [ laughing ] >> no! i have been reading this. i am element done with it. i am tell -- i am almost done with it. i am telling you, who do you want to may you in the movie? it is a good story. i hope it is a movie! >> first, i want that to become a problem in my life. there are a whole bunch of people i could name. i mean, it was -- this would be something beyond my dreams. i thought get this story out just for the historical facts so that young, black reporters, young anything reporters could see what the world is like before they arrived on the scene with the cell phones and technology of today. >> how difficult was it -- you were the first really in many cases woman and first black woman. >> yes. >> so, you had to deal with obstacles in both. you dealt with both the gender obstacles and the racial obstacles. it almost
-- just like me. >> northern california children didn't have any resources. >> barry and elaine taylor started the foundation in 1990 to help children living with hiv and aids. >> from there it went to, the family needs strollers and bart tickets. oh, my gosh, in the summer they only get to hang out but they have nothing going on. it was like we need to put something together. >> cheryl: that is exactly what they did. in 1997 they started building camp arroyo. >> the good things, it means there is more room for other kids. >> cheryl: by the time they opened in 2000. taylor family foundation decided to open it up to all children battling life-threatening conditions for free. >> when they first showed me the property back in the '90s, there was nothing? >> this was a big dirt hill. it was a tremendous amount to think it could happen. >> look at this. it played out. >> it's so much better than i thought. >> cheryl: horseback riding, swimming, smores by the campfires. they have all the usual summer camp activities but it's the campers that make this place so very special. >> taylor family
is the latest? >> the rain is up along the northern california coastline. it hasn't actually etch rued the ground yet. let's check out live doppler 7hd and this is the first signs of moisture. approaching the northern california coast. we are going to be seeing major changes. right now as we look at our live doppler 7hd there is moisture in the clouds and none is reaching the ground. it is evaporating before it hits the ground. very dry air mass here. temperatures in the 40s and 50s. certainly milder than where we were 24 hours ago. when you head out the door you don't have to worry about freezing tomorrow morning. but make sure you have your umbrellas with you. i will be back to tell you when the system will arrive tomorrow. a detailed look at the timing in a fie minutes. >> sandhya, thanks. >>> thank you at 11:00, we learned the name of the man shot to death at a bart station in san leandro. detectives believe the 50-year-old may have been caught at the station. a teenage girl survived being shot. police arrested one person so far. police believe a drive by shooting left four boys wo
an umbrella with you today in seattle. northern california just north of san francisco there will be at least a quarter inch up to fort bragg half inch of rain up to an inch of rain around correct sent city. san francisco off and on showers. l.a. tomorrow is your rain chance. today you should remain dry but with a lot of those high clouds that warmth with a beautiful 74. so it will flip. everyone in the east will top complaining about the cold and warm up and everyone in the west will cool off. >> my friend in southern california should stop flaunting beautiful pictures of warm weather. >> if they are nice pictures show me some. >> thanks. companies mining for metal, water and more on asteroids. what's behind the real deal of drinking alcohol and how you sleep. the details from a texas school shooting coming up on "early today" in two minutes. >>> welcome back to "early today." here are some stories making news this morning. houston police say that a shooting at lone star college campus in texas started with an argument that led to three men being wounded. one of the men is being charged in t
-abortion advocates from all over northern california, joined in the nine annual march for life today. that march just ended at san francisco's justin herman plaza and that's where tomas roman joins us live with details. seems this rally gets beggar than ever this year. reporter: impressed organizers this year. that march for life attracted tens of thousands of people from all over northern california. now, that march, from civic center, here to justin herman plazaing tied up traffic on market and adjoining streets for two and a half hours and the matchers' message was simple, overturn roe v. wade. >> the plaza was filled with more than 240u7b people in the ninth annual walk for life. prolife supporters listened to speeches on the norse of roe v. wade. generalster o'neill poke spoke to the crowd. >> abortion hurts women and families and society and needs to become unthinkable. >> o'neill says she is a member of silent no more and is impressed by the turnout. pope benedict sent his ambassador to the the event to personally deliver his message regarding roe v. wade. >> support those who want to have the
by many libyans as well. therefore on behalf of the residents of northern california and our entire state, we join president barack obama, secretary of state hillary rodham clinton, democratic leader nancy pelosi and expensive network of people in saluting ambassador chris stevens who will be remembered for his strong sense of dignity, his humility and his generous service to others. he will be truly missed by all who loved him and by all he served throughout the magnitude of his life's work. thank you for this honor. [applause] >>> members of christopher stevens family, ladies and gentlemen, let me first thank chris stevens' brothers and sisters for their warm and delightful insights into what he was really like. thank you so much. that was fantastic what you did for us. christopher stevens was obviously an extraordinary human being and contributor. every year at stanford we have a group of what we call national security fellows come. they were roughly army, navy, air force, state department. a couple weeks ago we had a meeting and the first person i called on was an army colonel. i said
in milk for more than 30 dairies in northern california, saving them the transportation cost to creameries three and four hours away and giving him the milk necessary to make 300,000 pounds of high-quality specialty cheese a week. 22 varieties under his spring hill jersey cheese brand name. >> it was milk and it turns into curds and whey. >> mike: larry peter is a small curd in a $27 billion plus market. until -- >> chipotle seen that i was like an american dream. >> mike: he was discovered by the chipotle mexican grill restaurant chain. its marketing slogan is "food with integrity." larry peter has both and his cheese is in their restaurants. >> they're looking for people with passion. they want to go back and they want to buy a product the way it was 45, 50 years ago where cows are just on grass, they weren't pushed. >> mike: it's the slow food, sustainable farming, buy local organic quality food movement that has pushed artesian cheese into cheese sold. and larry peter has found the sweet spot. >> now the artists of the world, the chefs, are taking these cheeses and developing them in t
, georgia, florida. and from 29 states, the previous week week. >> the northern california it saying that there could be spotty shortages at the kaiser permanente a is highs heightened demand but reserved amounts will be sent out make sure that you get out and get your foot shot. >> temperatures in the 40's and '50's. with this arctic air mass cold. it is already cold. 40 degrees in several areas. mid 30's and the temperatures continued to plummet for tonight. the coldest places well below freezing. for tomorrow, lots of sunshine but because we have this arctic air mass and we're starting off so cool. temperatures in the 40's and 50's. we will see some warmer conditions next week. there are high clouds streaming over the bay area. and they could clear out in a few hours with clear skies. that is a set up for cold temperatures. notice it is coming from the north. it is coming straight down from the yukon territory where it is really cold. not quite getting the wind of the ocean. really chilly temperatures at night mid- 20s. all the way to 23 degrees in napa. pleasanton, concord, 27 de
, the obama administration here in the northern district of california. welcome to the stop bullying summit. i'm a federal prosecutor so it may seem odd that here we are talking about bullying and we asked all of you to be here and i want to explain the origin of that and why this happened. you people, everybody in this room, has been involved in this issue and is doing incredible work on this issue and we were so honored to be a part of it and to meet with all of you and to speak with you about it. the origin is that as the united states attorney, the administration wants me, wants all the united states attorneys, to go out into the community. it's actually a very different role for the united states attorney is envisioned by this administration. this administration, the president, attorney general holder, they want the u.s. attorneys to go out into the attorney to talk to the communities in our district to understand what the issues are and challenges are and to do what we can to help, to convene meetings, to do whatever we can to help on behalf of the administration. and as part of tha
aclu and the northern california aclu chapters sued the government to overturn the ban. the announcement was a shock. >> the combat exclusion policy, one of the last vestiges of discrimination against women just because we're women. >> reporter: when the suit was filed in november, the military opened up 140,000 jobs and lifted the ban on women living with combat units. now the military has until january 2016 to see any special exemptions. >> before the repeal of the policy over 200,000 positions closed to women including whole careers. >> reporter: they both say it validates the work with women are already doing. >> since the beginning, women have been serving in combat either as nurses, either as supply, in helping out be within the battlefield. they just didn't get the credit. >> reporter: it will be a few more years before we will see women within the infantry. initially women will have to volunteer and then they will have to qualify for the position and meet all other requirements. raj? >> thank you, kris. >>> in oakland the family of ambassador chris stevens, kill
's home in the northern california town. he didn't know anyone here and being new could have made him a target. >> when you are not out from around here, it is not okay. being a guy you have it worst than the girls. >> neighbors think that the teen was in the wrong place at the wrong time. his family had been attacked before. >> last year, people shot in the home and terrified the family, and i had worked with them to try to get them a transfer out of marin city. >> i don't know who shot my brother. i wished i knew who shot my brother. i don't know who shot my brother. >> neighbors said someone must know who the shooter simple there is notine a description of the shooter. anyone with information is urged to contact the marin county sheriff's office. reporting live, abc 7 news. kara, thank you. >> in the central valley area, classes are cancelled in the taft high school after a shooting that left a teen in critical condition. the 16 year old gunman claimed that the victim bullied him. the toacher talked to the shooter to hand over the shot gun while other students escape happened the c
and made it possible for this to be watched all over northern california. all right. are you ready now? we can really get it started. [cheers and applause] . i said are you ready? [cheers and applause] it is my pleasure now to introduce two members of the best broadcast team in baseball. please welcome dave fleming and john miller. >> now, all along the parade route this song that echoed through the ballpark and my broadcast partner on the radio dave fleming somehow has involuntary reaction to it. a lot of people think he's so into it. whenever the music comes on he can't contain himself. it's not even that and i'm going to show you it right now. >> i'm not sure where you're going with this john. >> it's uncontrollable for him so he's not really into even the thought of it but i want to show you what really happens. we seen him do it so many times in the ballpark. along the parade route they were pleading for him to do it. >> i don't know. >> so really -- now keep your eyes on dave. watch what happens when i say "oh gangom style". >> john, can do it with me too. >> okay, okay. i ca
spent a lot of time, focus, and effort making california a better place. focus on eliminating waste, increasing efficiency, decreasing the budget deficit, and real focus that we appreciate in northern california on clean energy. for example, moving the state's goal to be 33% clean energy producing. it is my privilege to welcome governor brown to the panel. [applause] >> and to introduce our next panelist, i would like to welcome steve ballmer, senior bp -- vp. >> good morning and thank you. next up is governor hickel lipper -- hickenlooper. he is the serieaal a entreprener each of you have in your respective parts. he became very successful in the brew pub business. he never had a single election not even for stink -- a student council. governor? [applause] in keeping with the discussion, he is keen on innovation and things of that nature. i know that will come out. thank you, governor. >> are we all set? i am from the "mercury news," and we're here because we live in a global cloueconomy. it has altered local economies because so many manufacturing and technology jobs are moving, w
minute laters. sneaker waves, that simply roar ashore have claimed the lives of three others in northern california beaches the last couple of months. >> a judge will decide which hospital 8 house the suspect in the deadly shooting massacre in oakland. the 44-year-old juan go is accused murdering seven but he has been declared mentally incompetent and suggestion spended legal proceedings the he was a student at school and now is held in the county jail. >> right now, closing arguments underway in the trial of a san francisco crime laboratory technician accused of distributing cocaine. she is in federal court for a retrial this morning. three months ago a judge declared a pass trial after the jury was unable to reach a verdict. she reportedly admitted to take small amounts of cocaine from samples at the crime laboratory in 2009. as a result, the district attorney was forced to dismiss hundreds of drug-related cases. >> right now, the mayor lee is delivering the state of san francisco address as he exercise the third year in office, he is particularly proud of the city's revived manufactur
is in east palo alto to tell us how northern california levees could be at risk. >> reporter: what that study found is that major levee repairs are needed across the entire country. hundreds were deemed unacceptable. they haven't said if any are in the bay area but they have found 326 in 37 states covering more than 2,000 miles that are in four conditions putting people and property at risk. this is the federal government's first inventory of the flood control system and happened after hurricane katrina when a levee failed killing more than 1800 people causing $108 billion in damages. the problems found in some of the levees include weaken walls, animal homes, decaying and homes built too close to levees. it's up to local governments to make improvements. they could cost millions. some officials say it's unfair to be told to raise money for these repairs and think the study could be exaggerated. in east palo alto, a major levee improvement project starts this summer. back in late december, the san francisquito creek flooded going over the banks
while walking along with her boyfriend and dog, trigger, along this northern california beach. >> you have to be careful of big waves. and we knew it and it just happened. >> reporter: he says it was the same walk they took every day, only this time the wave came. >> trigger had gone around the trigger and by the time i was getting around the corner, i saw her going out already. >> reporter: this time of year from northern california to the washington coast, a simple walk on the beach can be deadly for those not keeping a close eye on the churning seas, which whip up these sneaker waves. sneaker waves are so dangerous because they arrive as part of a smaller wave train. at first glance, it looks like a series of normal waves, until a much bigger, and stronger sneaker wave emerges, catching everyone around unaware. bob gibson survived one in oregon. >> my thought was, this cannot be happening to me. >> reporter: since november in northern california, two more sneaker waves. one killing a man on a walk with his wife. the other leaving a couple and their 16-year-old son drowned. >> never
to a northern california disappearance were found. this is in linden, an investigation scene since two convicted killers told the sheriff deputies where victims were disposed. the so-called speed freak killers convicted of serial murders from the 80's and in knew's, and nine-year-old michaela disappeared from a gracery store in 1998 and the family is waiting to see if d.n.a. recovered from the bone fragments could solve their case. >> oakland lawmaker take steps to tighten sales of ammunition in the state. assembly woman of the state joined a host others to introduce state bill ab48, that regulates all ammunition sales and require those who buy it to show identification. it would also ban conversion kits. >> the kits that allow you to convert a weapon to be able to shoot bullets fast without reloading. that's another thing that this bill does, eliminates that. >> oakland mayor also spoke to the ground. the bill requires ammunition dealers to be licensed and they be required to report those sales to the justice department. >> happening now the oakland city council is getting a brand new look, fre
in southern california, about a month ago we had 9 aircraft at our peak working fires throughout northern california if that answers your question. >> any other responses? >> i wanted to touch -- can you hear me now? i wanted to touch on that last topic as far as the command control because what we have here in the marine corps is similar to the navy. we have the installation, the regional installation command and also partners with the operational foresite. we allow the operational foresight, we maintain those but then we coordinate, cooperate, with the operational foresight once the call comes in for support. so we're able to do that obviously through memorandum of understandings and we have agreements and our wing operating orders allow for the fact the operational control, at least under operational response, maintains with the operators. the third aircraft wing maintains operational control but we send our operatives out to be controlled by the civic sight. we're comfortable with that and that's matured a lot in the last couple years. >> talked a lot about command and control an
believes there is enough available through pharmacies and doctor offices but northern california kaiser patients have used most of the 1.35 million doses purchased by the hospital. >> we're looking to try to find vaccine still available on the market, most of the flu vaccine has been purchased in this country. >> there have been four deaths so far. two in exact an elder#4 patient. there is no rubbing tally of adult deaths cdc estimates there are about 24 thou thour -- 24,000 deaths per year, california in, green, has relatively few cases. tom has never in his life had a flu shot until today. doctors decided to do it after hearing reports about what's happening back east, watching his son suffer with the virus. >> my son just got really sick. so said dad, i'm deathly ill, sick three days i go it's time to start getting vaccinated. >> doctors say it's a number of time. and there is a prevention kit to go along with frequent hand washing. >> i can tell you i'm taking it. >> saying it's too late to have any more vaccine made and vit make a kind of a difference. >> if your family needs flu s
. the local transit agency that won't just be watching you, but listening to you too. >>> and two northern california teenagers are arrested after allegedly drugging their parents. the surprising reason behind the crime. >>> and taking a step to put the pain behind them. students from sandy hook elementary head back to class. >>> big brother might be watching and listening on your next ride too. san francisco is using federal grant money to buy updated surveillance cameras that can be watched and listened to in realtime on muni. nbc bay area's kimberly tere says some riders say it makes them feel safer, while others say it's way too much of a wild ride for them. >> reporter: you may not know it, but surveillance cameras that record audio and video inside muni's trains and buses are nothing new. in fact, the cameras have a been around for the last 12 years. but now thanks to a $5.9 million homeland security grant, the antiquated system is getting a major overhaul. >> the information we received from the surveillance footage is very helpful for authorities and muni personnel. the authorities
the brown states. but the flu is now spreading in northern california. calls to kaiser permanente about flu like symptoms are up 2 - 3 percent from previous years at this time. but that's not nearly as bad as these the brown states.where flu activity is wide-spread. in new york state for example.flu cases are up 169 percent compated to this time last year. in illinois. 7 chicago area hospital emergency rooms were at capacity today.and non- critical patients were being sent to other hospitals. health officials say this flu season is likely to be among the worst we've seen in the past 10 years. >> pam: in san francisco. nudists were back at city hall protesting the ban on nudity that was recently passed. it is no longer legal to walk the streets of san francisco naked. however. nudists believe, the ban violates their first amendment rights of free expression. opponents of the ban have filed a class action lawsuit against the city. a federal court hearing will be held next week. protesters have created an e-book on body freedom. proceeds from which are going to the "nudist legal defense and fu
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